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New Music From Kate Ellis

The new single from expat singer-songwriter Kate Ellis is 'Scars', a "dysfunctional love song about the fine line between love and hate in relationships".
By News Team
Published on January 7, 2022
www.kateellis.com

Kate Ellis

Born in Louisiana, Kate was raised in New York and is now based in London. About 'Scars', she says,'“It’s a love song with attitude and I love the humour in it. Also, how even after the endless rinse and repeat cycles of stormy emotion, there's still love there in the end - summed up by the song’s closing line: "I guess this must be love, 'cos we can't get enough”. It's the fourth and final single from Kate’s sophomore album Spirals, due for release on February 4 on River Rose Records.

There's an outlaw country swagger to the music, and a joyous backing choir. You've never heard emotional disarray sound so upbeat! Producer John Reynolds has worked with Sinead O'Connor, the Indigo Girls, Daniel Lanois, Brian Eno and Belinda Carlisle.

Spirals will be launched at The Betsey Trotwood in London, March 26.

Tickets and recorded music can be purchased at www.kateellis.com

You can read a full interview with our cover star Kate Ellis in The American's November-December 2021 issue.
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